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Bump Foot

Bump Foot is a non-profit netlabel. All releases are available through free downloads under a Creative Commons license.

There are currently two main branches.
bump : Techno, House... or based on them
foot : Ambient, IDM, Pops, Jazz, etc... other than bump side

Bump Foot website : http://www.bumpfoot.net/

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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
audio
eye 16,021
favorite 3
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Dimitris series 4 of 5, Comment from Dimitris : A collection of acoustical sounding improvised tracks with electronically treated elements.
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Topics: Jazz, Electronic, Avantgarde
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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
audio
eye 13,833
favorite 0
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Dimitris series 2 of 5, the only one of them at bump side. Comment from Dimitris : Older (and some new) tracks, made long ago, but still worth listening. Many styles mixed.
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Topics: Rave, Techno, House, Trance, Latin, Club, Dance
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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
audio
eye 8,609
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Dimitris series 3 of 5, once again in foot side. Comment from Dimitris : Drum'n'bass - IDM tracks, with various combinations in sound and style.
Topics: Breakbeat, Drum'n'bass, IDM, Experimental
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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
audio
eye 8,067
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Dimitris Diavatis from Croatia delivered various style of albums and EPs. This is the first of them. Comment from Dimitris : Ambient improvisations, with soundscape character, suited for film soundtrack.
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Topics: Ambient, Drone, Laidback, Experimental, Improvisation
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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
audio
eye 7,947
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Here comes an ambient mix from Dimitris. Comment from Dimitris : This is an ambient soundscape mix, which I think I could describe a "born - live - death" cycle. The end, i.e. the third part of the mix reminds me of some desert scenery, that's how the title came. I just used reason 3 to get everything done.
Topics: Electronic, Ambient, Drone
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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
audio
eye 6,026
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Small EP from Dimitris, including 2 minimal techno tracks. "Thumping kickdrum and extra basses. That's how I would characterize this. But, that doesn't mean, it doesn't contain lots of surprises for the careful listener."
Topics: Techno, Minimal, Minimal Techno
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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
audio
eye 5,185
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Dimitris once again returned to regular, audio release. "These are new tracks. New in the way they were build. I stopped being so much preoccupied with the rhythm structure, and gave the melody a better chance to evolve. There might be some big surprises in them though. The order they were produced, is somehow reverse to the one presented as track-list. Listen to the release as a whole, and you'll understand why. Enjoy: soundtrack music, bound with electronica, orient, and orchestral...
Topics: Electronic, Ambient, Experimental
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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
audio
eye 4,580
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And finally the last one of Dimitris series. Comment from Dimitris : Piano and ambient electronic sounds.
Topics: Ambient, Drone, Laidback, Experimental
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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
movies
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After the first video release "Eight", the second one from Dimitris has arrived. Here's the story about the video : "... One night, I couldn't sleep. I went to bed, but after 15 minutes or so stood up again. Just before that, I noticed some weird but interesting light games my led pocket-lamp casted when the house was completely dark. So, took out the camera, and started playing. The results were unsatisfying. Later on, I tweaked the images a bit with imovie, then wrote the...
Topics: Electronic, Ambient, Experimental
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Bump Foot
by Dimitris Diavatis
movies
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After a couple of months of wondering how to make this happen technically and artistically, Dimitris found an acceptable solution. It was shot during the hot (and sometimes rainy) August 2007 in Tokyo, with an Olympus photo-camera. The monorail's front glass was reflecting light a lot, that's why contrast & brightness were tweaked to hide this where possible. Stations' pauses had to be cut out. The route started somewhere after Ginza, and ended at Aquacity-Odaiba. No driver. Everything...
Topics: Electronic, Ambient
Source: Bump Foot